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Planning: SAI
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Office of Planning & Institutional Performance
Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Blvd S.
AB5 - Suite 313
Fort Myers, FL. 33965-6565

Contact: Nevin Cales
Phone: (239) 590-7040
Fax: (239) 590-7098

Email:  ncales@fgcu.edu

List of assessments:

FGCU - SAI*
FGCU - SAI is administered every Fall and Spring semester to all lecture courses that have an enrollment of 6 or more students. All sections taught via Distance Learning or held in PC Classrooms use the Online SAI. Team-taught sections are given one packet of surveys per instructor. Cross-listed sections are combined and given one packet.

Alternative Assessments*
Additional alternative assessments are developed in collaboration with the Assistant Director of Assessment (ext. 7048) in the Office of Planning & Institutional Performance.

Lab Assessments [Math] [Science]*
An alternative assessment is administered to Lab sections that have an enrollment of 6 or more students. Results are returned to the coordinator of Lab sections who in turn distribute to the individual instructor.

Art Senior Project Assessment*
An alternative assessment is administered to Art Senior Project sections that have an enrollment of 6 or more students. Results are returned to the individual instructor.

Clinical Assessment*
The School of Nursing administers an alternative assessment to Clinical sections that have an enrollment of 6 or more students. Results are returned to the Director of the School of Nursing who in turn distribute to the individual instructor.

Scale-up Assessment

Music Ensemble

Applied Music

Senior Survey

Theater Assessment

FGCU SAI, Lab Assessments, Clinical Assessments, and other alternative assessments are administered the last 3 instructional weeks of the semester as designated by the official academic calendar.

All assessment responses are anonymous as long as students do not write their names in the open-ended item section. OPIP will provide faculty with the number of responses that come in to the Online SAI system, but will never report to faculty which students have responded.

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